December 2-18, 2011 in the Drury Theatre at The Bartell

produced in cooperation with Madison Theatre Guild

Rent is a rock opera with music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson. It tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York's Lower East Side in the thriving days of Bohemian Alphabet City, under the shadow of HIV/AIDS.

Watch the show trailer:

RENT (TRAILER) from Rob Matsushita on Vimeo.

 

Cast List for RENT

Principals:The cast of RENT. Photo Credit: Greg Anderson. http://gregandersonphotography.com/
Mark: Jordan Peterson
Roger: Chad Grote
Mimi: Tierney Chamberlain
Maureen: Morgan Boland
Joanne:  Brooke Jackson
Collins:  Joshua Hayes
Angel: Chaz Ingraham
Benny:  Joe Salvo

Ensemble Men:

 Robert A. Goderich
Jose Vega
Shea Thongnuam
Greg Reed
Nick Barsuli
Kurtis Hopp

Ensemble Women:
Amanda Arnold
Frieda Carlsen
Kiley Hearn
Victoria Kemntez
Katie Behr
Sarah Blakeslee

 

Resources

For our production of RENT Four Seasons Theatre would like to feature Porchlight Inc and the AIDS Network.

One of Four Seasons Theatre's featured nonprofits for our production of RENT is Porchlight.  Porchlight provides emergency shelter, food, employment services, counseling, and affordable transitional and permanent housing to homeless people in the Dane County area.  Learn more and donate at www.porchlightinc.org 

The AIDS Network has offices in Madison, Beloit, and Janesville.  Established in 1985, AIDS Network provides comprehensive, community-driven HIV/AIDS prevention and care services throughout South Central Wisconsin. Their mission is to offer support, education and opportunities for the well-being of everyone touched by HIV/AIDS.  Learn more and donate through their website.

Support

Partial support for this production was provided by the Wisconsin Arts Board, the Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission, and the Madison Arts Commission.  In kind support provided by Audio for the Arts, Electronic Theatre Controls, Full Compass, Ideal Building, and Park Printing of Verona.  Season support provided by SVA and The Psychology Center.